Recently I wanted to say that Wi-Fi is everywhere in a hotel. First, what came to my mind was "Wi-Fi is in the whole hotel", but it sounded very awkward to me. My second idea was "Wi-Fi is everywhere in the hotel". I want to know whether the first way is correct and if it sounds awkward, whether the second way is correct, and lastly what is the best way to say this.
I would offer both
- "Wifi is available throughout the hotel" (more idiomatic, as Wifi permeates/suffuses, and "throughout" is a good word to express that)
as well as
- "Wifi is all over the hotel" (a different idiomatic choice, but suggests that it is made available in (many) discrete areas of the hotel, the boundaries of which are unclear and could include "everywhere")